Nokia C5 available in India for $175

Nokia’s first Cseries handset, the C5 candybar, is now available in India (where the Finnish company should also launch the ultra-cheap X2).

The C5 runs Symbian S60 3rd edition FP2 and is touted by Nokia as a “smartphone optimized for social networking and sharing” (Facebook, MySpace, YouTube, hi5 and Friendster apps are integrated).

The handset features a 2.2 inch QVGA display, HSDPA, 3.5mm headset jack, stereo Bluetooth, 3.2MP camera, GPS, and even Ovi Maps 3.0 with free navigation.

For the moment, the Nokia C5 is available in India only via Nokia Priority dealers, but later this week customers will also be able to find it at “normal retail outlets”. Unlocked, the C5 costs 8,200 INR (about $175) – I think this is the cheapest Nokia phone that comes with free Ovi navigation.

Via CellPassion

Author: Florin

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